Iesou, orthodox bishop of Phrim, to Israel, domesticus of Pachoras. I pay homage to your fathership. Hereafter I inform (you) first that they hastened sailing to my district of Kori: for, sending my wife (?), they were about to seek (me?) out and mock (me?). Putting (her?) in the boat with you, come with (her?), for I, taking my daughter who came, and sitting (with her) examined her. And breathing heavily (?), I come running (?) to you, my father. Arising (?) and coming hasten to me. Do not abandon me on this island of Kori, for I shall not find a boat! I greet Mariako. I pay homage to the son of Tokinnaue, your glorious fathership.